Missouri Holstein Association Annual Meeting

MO Dairy hosted the state dairy meetings at the Oasis Hotel in Springfield, MO. All dairy groups were invited to participate.

MO Dairy hosted a seminar with the theme "Get Outside your Fencerows" on Friday along with their annual business meeting. Topics included The 2023 Farm Bill, Federal Milk Market orders, Grant writing, udder dissection, Benchmarking, and Farm labor and stress management. Friday night also was a social event with all breeds presenting awards and a fun time of cornhole. There were three divisions in the tournament: adult, family and youth.

The Holstein Juniors were involved in a Princess and Miss competition along with a speech runoff and their annual meeting. The Holstein Association and other breeds hosted their annual meetings. See highlights below.

It's a Cornhole Tournament!
Everyone had a great time that turned out for our Cornhole tournament Friday evening.
Including a couple of our youngest members Heidi Bilyeu and Eli Wilson

Billy Claiborn, Old Missouri Bank
sponsors the Cornhole Family Division and is presenting gift cards to the 2022 winners Emma Parrigon and Sammi Justice.


Speaker for MO Dairy
One of the speakers for the event included an udder dissection showing tissues and allowing participants to engage in the dissection.

A group of expo attendees listen to the featured speaker.

Federal Milk Marketing Orders
A very popular seminar as changes are being suggested for the upcoming farm bill.

Scott, Brown, MU Economist
Talks about the many intricacies of the Milk Market Orders

College of the Ozarks
The students were proud to accept several awards throughout the evening.

Back at the Oasis again for 2023 in Springfield and a format that is closer to what we have traditionally had over the years provided for a larger crowd. There were several meetings going on during the two days and it was enjoyable to see those who were able to attend to talk and discuss items of business in our industry.
Highlights of the Missouri Holstein Convention are as follows. Or you can click on the link below to read the convention book and complete meeting minutes.

  • MEMBERSHIP DUES – Bylaw amendment: All Dues are $50 for 2023 (Farm or Associate-Pulsator included).
  • Holstein USA Field Representative: Introduced Jason Ewing as new MO Field Representative.
  • State Fair: Jr ownership deadline is now JULY 1. Altering open show schedule some to accommodate judges. Looking for someone to pick up the milk so it is not wasted. Contact AmyJo with suggestions. Tim Ewing memorial scholarship will be awarded for first time in 2023 being funded by cornhole fun night.
  • MU Extension: Reagan Bluel is only statewide dairy specialist. Ted Probert’s position is still open and trying to fill. Requirements are masters and general agriculture knowledge in addition to dairy. University has just approved that they would wait for someone to finish their thesis if the right person.
  • MU Dairy-Foremost: Reagan Bluel reported the animal science department head has approved the sale of the Holstein Farm (where heifers and dry cows are housed). The income is supposed to be used to offset the dairy debt and be re-invested in the dairy operation. MU is also liquidating 142 heifers. MU hoping to hire a specialist in repro and genetics.
  • MO Dairy: The board is working on a strategic planning process on how they can be effective for the states producers. Surveys will be going out to get opinions. Newly hired legislative assistants are Tony Benz, a private lobbyist, and Casey Wasser, MO Soybean, has waived his fee to assist MO Dairy.
  • Awards Committee: Renamed award – “John Cooper Distinguished Service Award”. Cow of the Year – Ties may be awarded.
  • Sale Committee: 2023 All-Breeds Heifer Tag Sale will be Friday, May 26 in Freistatt with Cow Camp. Continuing with same format, plan to have a meal Friday evening with ticket purchase.
  • Hospitality Room - We once again had a hospitality room hosted by Ted and Pam Probert Friday afternoon and following the cornhole tournament. Since we've had this a few years now, it is getting a little easier to find. It is really wonderful that our association really does enjoy each other's company as they catch up on the past years events. This is a tradition we hope to continue!
  • Field Day: Looking forward to visiting Schoen Farms, Oakridge, MO, this year.
  • Pulsator: Participating in Midwest Holsteins 2 issues a year (March and September). Took suggestions on ways to improve.
  • New Officers: President: Scott Wilson, VP: John Schoen, Secretary: Jodi Wright, Director at Large: Shannon Kleiboeker, At-Large: Janine Staiger Pirtle.
  • USDA Traceability Public comment period. Encourage all members to voice their opinion by 3/20/23. See links below under 'Latest News'.
Junior convention results listed on the Junior Page.

Awards for Juniors and Adults

All-Missouri Awards
Presented by Ryan Bilyeu, Scott Wilson and Shannon Kleiboeker

Select Sires Sponsor
Select Sires is an outstanding sponsor! They sponsor the Top 3 Futurity awards every year either providing a chair or semen certificate and the Adult Cornhole Tournament. Here are some of the jackets awarded to adult winners sporting their Select Sires gear! Be sure to tell your Select representative thank you.

This year we did all of our award presentations Friday evening. We handed out Futurity, All-Missouri's, Cow of the Year, and Jr. All-Missouri's at the meal and junior awards.

Click here for a complete list of the All-Missouri Awards presented

Silent Auction Help
Had a great group of volunteers to help with the auction:
Janice Perry, Jeannie Luttrell, Robert Perry and Karla Deaver.

All-Breeds Cornhole Tournament
Social gathering Friday evening consisted of food, auction,
tournament and live entertainment lots of fun!

Competition underway
These games are not for the faint of heart! They take their games seriously!

Making the brackets
Lora Wright and Shannon Kleiboeker are responsible for setting the competition brackets in all of our divisions. Youth, Family and Adult all provided excellent turnout and fun. Thank you to our sponsors!

Adult Division Winners
L to R: 1st: Diana & Rondall Burns; 2nd Trent Miller & Austin Porter;
3rd: Scott Wilson & Jared Kleiboeker

Youth Division Winners
L to R: 1st: David Melzer & Charlie Dickerson; 2nd: Addison Tharp & Sammi Justice; 3rd: Nicole & Brady Hostetler (not pictured)

Family Division Winners
1st: Summer and Reagyn Dougherty; 2nd: Adeline Dickerson & Case Melzer, 3rd: Mary Thompson & Hunter Angelo (not pictured)

We couldn't have the success we do without our gracious sponsors. Please thank them!

Auction Bidding
Robert Perry scanning the silent auction items before the auction close.

Energy Corrected Milk Awards
Reagan Bluel of MO Dairy presented Reigel Dairy with an Energy Corrected Milk statewide award.

Click here to view Complete Minutes of 2020 Membership Meeting

Click here to view Complete By-Law Changes

Click here to view 2022 Resolutions

Thanking our Past President
New President, Scott Wilson presents outgoing President, Ryan Bilyeu with a Thank You
plaque as a token of his service and dedication to the association!

Convention Booklet - 2023

Click on Image below to view booklet



And the 2022 Winner Is...A TIE!

Groves-Vu Rager Tabbey-Red
Groves-Vu Dairy (December Pulsator)

Tabbey-Red Nomination

Schoen Optimize 2548
Schoen Farm (December Pulsator)

Optimize 2548 Nomination

Cow of the Year Awards!
Congratulations to Groves View and Schoen Farms on their 2022 Cow of the Year Winners! Shown is Kiera Groves accepting Groves-View award from MO Miss Molly Melzer and Princess Adeline Dickerson holds Schoen Optimize 2548

Congratulations to Groves-View and Schoen Farms!



Conjunction with Missouri Dairy Cow Camp
May 24-26, 2023 - Freistatt, MO

Seeking final consignments at this time!


• Cow Camp will be held May 24-26, Freistatt, MO.
• Missouri Holstein Association is sponsoring a tag-sale of the heifers that are used during the cow camp to be available to both youth and adults. Animals will be transferred by the June 1st youth deadline.
• Consignors:
- Accepting all breeds of show age heifers. Generally March 2023, December 2022 and September 2022 age calves.
- Commission is 10% and sponsored by Missouri Holstein Association.
- Consignor responsible for transportation of consignment to Freistatt and return home if not sold. Animal must be green broke upon arrival. Consignment will be clipped and worked with during the 3-day Cow Camp by attendees.
- $100 non-refundable consignment fee due upon commitment. If animal is sold the consignment fee is credited towards sale commission. Consignor sets starting tag price.
• In addition to the normal 3 day cow camp, the committee is scheduling an All-Breeds Youth Heifer show that will be on Saturday, May 27. Youth interested in participating in the show only will be able to bring their livestock at the completion of Dairy Cow Camp on May 26.
• Tag sale will run the length of cow camp and conclude Friday evening, May 26.
• All heifers purchased during the sale will automatically be entered into the All-Breeds youth show.
• Semen and fun auction will also be held in conjunction with event.
• Advertising will be in the Pulsator Magazine - March issue. Additional sale advertising through Facebook page: MissouriHeiferTagSale, email and Dairy Agenda Today.

You won’t want to miss this opportunity to purchase high quality cattle for the 2023 Show Season!

Here is just a few of the consignments we have to offer!

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FINAL Consignments NOW being accepted.
If you are interested in consigning a show age calf please contact one of the sale members below.
Larry Wright 417-300-4835
Mike Wilson 417-825-0161

If you would like to receive a catalog by mail simply email me at
MO State Sale Catalog or phone/text name and address to 417-840-3203.

May 27, 2023, Freistatt, MO

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THIRD YEAR: The Missouri Cow Camp committee is again hosting an All-Breeds Youth Heifer Show on Saturday, May 27 at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds in Freistatt, MO.

*In-state and out-of-state residents exhibitors welcome
*Heifer show only
*Entry Deadline May 15
*Jackpot show with prize money
*All breeds will show together in class
*Any heifer purchased in the heifer sale on Friday, May 26
          will automatically be entered in show

See schedule below, complete list of rules and entry forms. For more information contact Karla Deaver, 417-466-3102 deaverk@missouri.edu.

Schedule of Events

Friday, May 26
2:30 pm Cattle May Arrive at Grounds
7:00 pm Tri-Tip meal and Ice Cream - Tickets on Entry form: $10 / person and $5 - 8 & under. Or purchase that evening.
8:00 pm Missouri Holstein Semen/Fun Auction
8:30 pm MO Holstein Tag Sale Closes.

Saturday, May 27
7:00 am All cattle must be in place
10:00 am Heifer show begins with Spring Calves, Showmanship, Awards

Click below to print Rules and Entry Information.

Show Information, Rules, Schedule and Heath Requirements
Heifer Show Entry Form

Cow Camp Information and Registration Form located on the Junior Page


Missouri is classifying in March. Watch for state compiled list in the next couple months. If you would like to still signup with a late fee, contact Holstein USA at 800-952-5200.

Highest BAA herds in nation for 2022 released. Congratulations to the large group from Missouri that placed in the top 25 herds in Region 7 and to College of the Ozarks and MU for Universities! See below.

Also Congratulations to Groves-View Dairy, Billings, for placing 10th on the 120-249 cows list. Congratulations!




Several issues Dairy Producers need to
Express their Opinions Regarding!

1. USDA Seeks Public Comment on Proposal to Strengthen Animal Disease Traceability Regulations
Comment period ends March 20, 2023!

The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is proposing to amend animal disease traceability regulations and require electronic identification for interstate movement of certain cattle and bison. APHIS is also proposing to revise and clarify record requirements. These changes would strengthen the Nation’s ability to quickly respond to significant animal disease outbreaks. Major animal disease outbreaks hurt our ranchers and farmers and all those who support them along the supply chain, threaten our food security, and impact our ability to trade America’s high quality food products around the world. Rapid traceability in a disease outbreak could help ranchers and farmers get back to selling their products more quickly; limit how long farms are quarantined; and keep more animals from getting sick.

The proposed rule would require official eartags to be visually and electronically readable for official use for interstate movement of certain cattle and bison. It would also revise and clarify certain record requirements related to cattle, including requiring official identification device distribution records to be entered into a Tribal, State, or Federal database, and available to APHIS upon request.

Click here to make a public COMMENT and to view the proposed rule in the Federal Register at.
Public comments may submitted by March 20, 2023. APHIS will review all comments and address them in a final rule.

An excerpt of the information on the ruling from the APHIS information:
Many of the commenter's opposed to the proposal were concerned with the perceived costs imposed on producers and livestock markets of having to purchase electronic reading equipment and computer systems. We do not agree with the commenters regarding the magnitude of costs to the domestic cattle and bison industry. Many of these commenter's were not aware that the official RFID tags are easily read visually and therefore could be used as they are currently using non-EID tags without the added expense of purchasing reading equipment. Also, large categories of cattle, such as feeder cattle or cull cattle going to slaughter, are not subject to the official identification requirements and would not require official eartags. We address the costs in greater detail in the regulatory impact analysis accompanying this proposed rule. Click here for link to this information and complete list of expressed concerns:

2. FDA Draft Guidance for Industry: Labeling of Plant-Based Milk Alternatives as "Milk"
Comment period ends April 24, 2023!

February 22, 2023: FDA Guidance on Plant-Based Beverages' use of dairy terms is a first step, NMPF says while calling for complete transparency in labeling.

In response to today’s FDA guidance on plant-based beverages, which guides manufacturers of plant-based beverages to disclose their nutrient inferiority and acknowledges the public health concern of nutritional confusion over such beverages, the National Milk Producers Federation, which has led the fight for labeling transparency, released the following statement:

From Jim Mulhern, President and CEO of the National Milk Producers Federation:

“Today’s FDA announcement is a step toward labeling integrity for consumers of dairy products, even as it falls short of ending the decades-old problem of misleading plant-based labeling using dairy terminology. By acknowledging both the utter lack of nutritional standards prevalent in plant-based beverages and the confusion over nutritional value that’s prevailed in the marketplace because of the unlawful use of dairy terms, FDA’s proposed guidance today will provide greater transparency that’s sorely needed for consumers to make informed choices."

“Still, the decision to permit such beverages to continue inappropriately using dairy terminology violates FDA’s own standards of identity, which clearly define dairy terms as animal-based products. We reject the agency’s circular logic that FDA’s past labeling enforcement inaction now justifies labeling such beverages “milk” by designating a common and usual name. Past inaction is poor precedent to justify present and future inaction."

“We also would like to thank consumers, who sales data show drank fewer fake dairy beverages in 2022 than in 2021, part of a broader awakening to the bogus marketing of fake milk manufacturers that have been accepted uncritically for far too long. Despite the misinformation spun in advertisements and media, consumers are seeing through the marketing and recognizing these beverages for the fakes that they are. But consumers shouldn’t have to make choices in a marketplace that’s less than fully transparent, and until the federal government fully lives up to its mission, NMPF will continue to lead the battle for labeling transparency.”

For complete press release from NMPF click here...

To make a public comment to FDA online by 4/24/23, click here!.

Although you can comment on any guidance at any time (see 21 CFR 10.115(g)(5)), to ensure that the FDA considers your comment on a draft guidance before it begins work on the final version of the guidance, submit either online or written comments on the draft guidance before the close date.

If unable to submit comments online, please mail written comments to:
Dockets Management
Food and Drug Administration
5630 Fishers Lane, Rm 1061
Rockville, MD 20852

All written comments should be identified with this document's docket number: FDA-2023-D-0451

We NEED to make our thoughts known to FDA


Membership Dues BY-LAW CHANGE 2023
All Membership Dues = $50 (Farm and Associate).

Junior only members (no adult membership with them) are encouraged to pay an additional $25.00 Pulsator Subscription fee.

Additional members per farm prefix are still $25.00

Make sure to send in your state membership dues now!
Must pay by June 1 to qualify for State adult and junior awards!
Late fee applies after April 15!


1. Membership dues per Farm/Prefix (includes Pulsator Subscription) = $50
2. Pulsator Magazine Subscription (for associate members or jr only
       members or additional magazines) = $25
3. Additional Members / Prefix = $25 each
4. Associate Members = $50
5. Junior Members = $5 each
6. Mid-States Holstein News (additional) = $5
7. PayPal convenience fee = $4

Click on Membership Card below to print pdf


Three options to pay your Membership:
1. Download, Print & Mail Form - click here
2. Pay through PayPal. Please request PayPal invoice. Just
Email jwright@missoiuriholstein.com for an invoice
3. OR Submit free through Venmo @Missouri-Holstein.

Please send completed forms and a check payable
to Missouri Holstein Association to:

Missouri Holstein Association
Jodi Wright, Secretary/Treasurer
11449 Lawrence 2220
Verona, MO 65769

For questions or more information, email  jwright@missouriholstein.com



If you need a Missouri state member's phone, email
or address click on the link below.

2022 Missouri Membership List - By District


Southern National Spring Show

The Southern National Holstein and Jersey show is scheduled for April 3-8, 2023. Entries are due March 17. There is a website with rules, entries, and schedule. Click below for complete details.

Southern National Entry & Information Packet

Click below to view information and entry forms


College of the Ozarks Job Opening
Assistant Dairy Manager Wanted

The Agriculture Department at College of the Ozarks is seeking a qualified individual to assist with the College dairy operations. This is a full-time, permanent position and includes benefits. The successful applicant will need to be a self-motivated individual who desires to train and mentor college students. Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in animal science, dairy science, or agronomy. The successful candidate will have an in-depth understanding of milk processing, knowledge of dairy production at the farm level and/or forage production.

Duties include management of milk processing including but not limited to scheduling processing, bottling operations, maintaining equipment, ensuring that all equipment and processes meet required health and safety standards, maintaining required health department records and reports, and assuring campus operations of a safe, consistent supply of high-quality milk. In addition, the position is responsible to maintain quality forages and assist in the day-to-day operations at the dairy. This position will require some weekend and evening availability. The candidate must demonstrate strong qualities that will represent the five-fold mission of the College through Academic, Vocational, Christian, Cultural, and Patriotic Missions. This position requires a background check. Please submit resume/application by Friday, March 24, 2023 to Vicki Wrosch in the Business Office or mail to Vicki Wrosch, College of the Ozarks, P.O. Box 17, Point Lookout, MO 65726, or email hr@cofo.edu.

Holstein America Featured two Missouri Herds: College of the Ozarks and Groves-View on RFD-TV

Each day, dairy farmers across America rise to the challenge of feeding a growing world. Consumers today have more choices than ever before when it comes to high quality milk, delicious cheese, and other dairy products. None of this would be possible without U.S. Registered Holsteins®, and the people who raise them. Holstein Association USA shares stories of the nation’s dairy producers through its documentary series Holstein America.

Known as "Hard Work U," College of the Ozarks is a unique institution where students graduate debt-free after working on-campus jobs. Take a tour around the dairy barn, where Registered Holstein cows are at the center of the classroom. Click here to watch about College of the Ozarks.

Brad Groves and his brother, Todd, have been farming together their entire lives. A commitment to quality Registered Holstein cattle has set them up for success on their southwest Missouri dairy. Click here to watch about Groves View.

To watch the complete episode featuring the two Missouri dairies airing February 2023 click here.

Click on Image below to watch feature on College of the Ozarks


Click on Image below to watch feature on Groves-View


MO Dairy seeking your opinion!

Click here for survey

Missouri Dairy began in January 2020 following the merger of Missouri Dairy Association and Missouri Dairy Industry Alliance. We seek to assist all facets of the dairy industry through Education and Legislation.

At the 2023 Dairy Expo, the MO Dairy board launched the strategic planning process to help establish clear direction and next steps for the success of the organization. We hope to use the final summary as a road map to determine the best pathway forward in serving the dairy industry. I know that you are a valuable member of the industry and would like to personally invite you to participate in our anonymous survey to help us identify the clear direction and next steps to solidify Missouri Dairy's mission, key goals, objectives, and operational focus moving forward.

A QR Code is also available below for convenience if you prefer to complete the survey on your cell phone. Please reach out if you have any trouble with the link or would like to further discuss the objective.

Thank you so much, in advance, for your time!

Reagan Bluel
Missouri Dairy
Educational Director
(417) 772-4231 cell

New Holstein Field Representative
Jason Ewing

New Holstein Field Representative

Jason Ewing of Fordland, Missouri is the new Regional Sales Representative for the Holstein Association USA. In this role, he will serve Registered Holstein breeders in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.

“I am ready to get to work, and excited to meet Holstein breeders from across my territory,” Jason said.

Jason was raised on a farm with Registered Holstein cows and registered Hereford cattle. Passionate for Holsteins from a young age, Jason was named a Distinguished Junior Member by Holstein Association USA in 2006. He bred multiple Excellent cows under the U-WING prefix, and Best Bred and Owned at the Mid-East Fall National in Louisville, Kentucky.

Jason graduated from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri in December of 2007 with Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, with emphasis in Animal Science and Agriculture Economics. Through the years Jason worked as a Herdsman for Robthom Holsteins Springfield, Missouri, and then later for Mason Dairy Farm of Kingfisher, Oklahoma.

Jason is married to his wife Erica, and they have two boys; James, 6, and Jayden, 4. Together, they own and operate U-wing Farm LLC. Part of the farm is from his family’s original homestead farm established in 1870.

Jason Ewing

LOTS of updates from the MU Team

Click here to view newsletter

Items featured in Newsletter
1. AI School March 22-23. Sign up today
2. USDA Seeking input on Animal tracing.
3. Warm Season Grasses - USDA funding.
4. Dairy Science Digest - Latest podcast click here
5. Dairy Extension position OPEN (Retirement of Ted Probert)
6. Foremost update.

For more information or to register for the event contact
Specialist: Reagan Bluel 417-772-4231 or reagan@modairy.org

Women In Dairy

March 8, Wednesday

Milk Marketing @ Lebanon @ 11am.

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Spring PULSATOR - On its way This issue will feature Midwest Holsteins, Spring Sales, Heifer Tag Sale, Cow Camp and convention results!

Flip through magazine with arrows. Click bottom right [] to enlarge or download pdf below
To view the Spring 2023 Pulsator PDF Click here

This issue will feature Midwest Holsteins, Spring Sales, Heifer Tag Sale, Cow Camp and convention results!
Would you like to Subscribe to the Pulsator?
No problem! Our yearly subscription rate is $25. Just send a check or cash to: Missouri Holstein Association, 11449 Lawrence 2220, Verona, MO 65769

Deadline for the next issue is May 20!

Watch for your copy and contact Shannon below for more details!
Shannon Kleiboeker mopulsator@gmail.com or 417-737-2876
Jenna Wilson mopulsator2@gmail.com


Dairy Margin Program

Information regarding DMC can be found here.
USDA Dairy Margin Coverage Program - 2022
Rates for 2022:
- January Rate: 11.54. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- February Rate: 10.98. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- March Rate: 11.55. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- April Rate: 12.29. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- May Rate: 12.51. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- June Rate: 11.92. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- July Rate: 9.92. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- August Rate: 8.08 Payment if buying $9.50 Insurance = $1.42 per cwt
- September Rate: 8.62. Payment if buying $9.50 Insurance = $0.88 per cwt.
- October Rate: 10.71. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- November Rate: 10.89. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.
- December Rate: 9.76. Over the $9.50 threshold - no payment.



March Classification for Missouri

March 8 Women in Dairy - Milk Marketing @ Lebanon

March 15 MHA Dues PAYABLE

March 17 Southern National Entries Due
Click here for entry information

March 31 Midwest Dairy Scholarship Deadline

April 3-8 Southern National Holstein & Jersey Show, Stillwater, OK

April 15 MHA Dues LATE and require additional $10/adult late fee

April 15 Award Applications due - National Dairy Shrine
Click here for Scholarship Applications

April 14 Junior Memorial Calf Essay Contest Application's Due

May 1 Cow Camp Enrollment deadline
May 15 All-Breeds Youth Heifer Show Deadline
May 20 Summer Pulsator Deadline
May 24-26 4-H Dairy Cow Camp, Freistatt
May 26 Missouri Heifer Tag Sale
Tri-Tip meal @ 7pm. Tickets $10/person
May 27 All-Breeds Heifer Show

June 1 MHA Membership dues received after June 1 are not eligible for Association Sponsored Awards.
June 23 - 27 National Holstein Convention, Lexington, KY

Scholarship Listings http://www.hoards.com/youth/collegescholarships

Dairy Shrine Scholarships http://www.dairyshrine.org

FFA Scholarships http://www.ffa.org

Groves-View Dairy http://www.grovesviewdairy.com

Missouri Dairy Hall of Honors: http://www.modairyhallofhonors.com/

Missouri Dairy: http://www.modairy.org

Dairy Agenda Today: http://www.dairyagendatoday.com

Farms.com Classifieds-Post and search for everything farm related: livestock, feed and used equipment http://www.farms.com/classifieds

MU Extension Monthly Newsletter

We would like to link our Missouri Holstein Members that have a webpage of their own to the Missouri Holstein Page. Would you like to have your page linked up with ours? Contact Jodi Wright through the feedback form and I'll explain how it will work. We'd love to have everyone listed. There is no cost to you for this service.


Scott Wilson

Vice President
John Schoen

Jodi Wright
11449 Lawrence 2220
Verona, MO 65769

Director at Large
Shannon Kleiboeker


Pulsator Editor
Shannon Kleiboeker
17077 Lawrence 1030
Wentworth, MO 64873

Mid-States Editor
Kate Geppert
4728 Co Rd 240
Kingdom City, MO 65262


National Director
Dwight Rokey
2021 F Road
Sabetha, Kansas 66534

Holstein Field Representative
Jason Ewing


If you would like more information on the following:

  • Cattle Available to Sell
  • Cattle Wanted to Buy
  • Consign cattle to State Sale
  • Request catalog for State Sale
  • Advertising in Mid-States Publication
  • Subscribing to Mid-States Publication
  • Senior Membership
  • Junior Membership
  • Show Entry forms
  • Information on Missouri Sho-Me Futurity
  • Want to advertise on Breeders Page on our website
  • Would like to link farm to Missouri Website
  • Other

Please email your request for information to the following email. Include the items you are interested in, your name, address, phone, and email.  jwright@missouriholstein.com


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